Tunisian African fans renew solidarity with giant signs Tunisian African fans renew solidarity with giant signs

Tunisian African fans renew solidarity with giant signs

Tunisian African fans renew solidarity with giant signs

In solidarity with Gaza, Tunisian African fans raised giant signs inside the stands of Hammadi Al-Aqrabi Stadium in Brades, during their team's match against Dreams FC, within the 2023-2024 African Confederation Cup competitions.

The posters carried by the fans of the Tunisian club were written in English, “By order of the child killers,” along with pictures of the heads of state of the United States of America, France, and Britain, in protest against the governments of these countries that supported Israel in waging its war on the Gaza Strip on the 7th of this month.

At the beginning of the second half of the match, the African fans raised another giant billboard that included pictures of the state of devastation caused by the Israeli bombing of buildings in Gaza, especially Al-Shifa Hospital, in addition to highlighting the toll of child martyrs, numbering 6,405 so far.

An international tifo from the people of the Tunisian Club Africain, which supports Gaza. It exposes the countries that support the occupying entity and sheds light on what the Zionist planes destroyed in Gaza.

It is not the first time that the African Club has shown solidarity with the Palestinian cause. Rather, it has previously shown solidarity with Palestine during the past matches, following the Israeli war on the Gaza Strip.

As for the result of the match, the Tunisian Club Africain succeeded in opening its campaign in the group stage of the African Confederation Cup by defeating its guest with two goals to none, in the first round of the group, which also includes the Nigerian teams Rivers United and Angola’s Academica Lobito.

In a historic moment, Ronaldo rejects the referee’s decision to award him a penalty kick against Persepolis

The captain of the Saudi Al-Nasr club, the Portuguese Cristiano Ronaldo, gave a lesson in sportsmanship during the “Al-Alami” match against its guest Persepolis of Iran in the fifth round of the group stage of the AFC Champions League.
The referee awarded a penalty kick to Al-Nasr Club, in the second minute, after Ronaldo fell inside the Persepolis penalty area following a joint ball with the Iranian team’s defender.

In a wonderful and rare situation in football, Ronaldo went to the referee and informed him that there had been no collision between him and the Iranian player and that he did not deserve a penalty kick.

The referee then returned to review the shot via video technology to reverse his decision and cancel the penalty kick.

The first half of the match between the two teams ended in a goalless draw.

Al-Nasr leads Group Five with 13 points, followed by Persepolis with 8 points, then Al-Duhail with 8 points, and finally Istiklal Dushanbe with only two points.

Why does Al-Khelaifi miss Saint-Germain matches?

The French network "RMC Sport" revealed the secret of the absence of Nasser Al-Khelaifi, president of Paris Saint-Germain, from attending the team's matches locally and continentally for more than a month.
Al-Khelaifi is accustomed to attending Saint-Germain's matches, especially those held at home in Paris, which has not happened for more than a month.

The French network said, in a report yesterday, Monday, that Al-Khelaifi was forced to undergo knee surgery, after he suffered a rupture in the cruciate ligament, last October 7.

The report explained that Al-Khelaifi’s injury occurred while playing a friendly “padel” match with Italian Marco Verratti in the Qatari capital, Doha.

Verratti left the ranks of Paris in the summer of 2023, and moved to the ranks of Al-Arabi Qatar.

Al-Khelaifi missed 6 matches for Paris Saint-Germain, but he recovered slightly after undergoing surgery.

The report indicated that Al-Khelaifi intends to attend Saint-Germain’s match against Newcastle, today, Tuesday, at the “Parc des Princes” stadium, in the fifth round of the Champions League groups.

The Saudi Gulf is crowned Asian champion in handball and a financial reward awaits

The Saudi Gulf Club won the Asian Club Handball Championship title after defeating Qatari club Al Arabi in the final match on Monday, qualifying for the Super Globe Club Championship.
In the match that was held in the “Saad Al-Abdullah” hall in the version hosted by Kuwait, the regular time ended in a tie between the two teams, heading into exciting additional periods that were ultimately decided in favor of Al-Khaleej, which won 35-33.

Al-Khaleej won its first Asian title, amid a large audience, while Al-Arabi did not succeed in winning its second Asian title, after winning the title earlier in 2019.

The Saudi Minister of Sports, Prince Abdulaziz bin Turki Al-Faisal, directed the provision of a financial reward of 200,000 riyals to each member of the Gulf Handball Team, after they achieved the 26th Asian Club Championship Cup and qualified for the finals of the Super Globe 2024 Club World Cup.

It is noteworthy that third place went to the Kuwaiti club Al-Qadisiyah, which defeated its compatriot Kuwait with a score of 32-31.

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